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Adjective
(of a liquid) Having turned into ice as a result of extreme cold
“He stepped carefully out onto the frozen surface of the lake.”
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Very cold in temperature
“At the northern foot of the Caucasus, the dry steppes of the Manytsch are swept by the frozen winds of the north.”
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(of food) Stored at a very low temperature in order to preserve it
“Defrost the frozen squid pieces and set all the shellfish aside in a bowl.”
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Physically hurt, affected or killed by extreme cold
“The police found him frozen in a trash-filled alley.”
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Firmly fixed in place
“You attempt to scroll down the spreadsheet, but part of it is frozen in place.”
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Established and not likely to experience any changes
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“Interest rates will remain frozen, and pegged prices for government securities will hold for now.”
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Motionless and not moving to any degree
“Warlord Frodden looked at Warlord Dryden, who just stood there, frozen with apprehension.”
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Cold, unfriendly, or lacking in emotion
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“Whatever he might have to say, this eminently effective controversialist maintained a frozen demeanor and a jeering smile.”
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Feeling or showing fear or anxiety
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Consisting of matter all through
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Remaining constant or in an unvarying state
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Desensitized or numb to any feeling, sensation or emotion
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Stubbornly, and usually unreasonably, holding to an opinion, decision or purpose
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Made to a standard size or specification rather than to order
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Treated or cured
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Extremely disagreeable or shocking
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Feeling confused mentally
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Of or pertaining to the north
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Without any movement
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Past participle for to subject to cold temperatures
“Either cook or freeze raw meat, fish and poultry within two days of purchasing it.”
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Past participle for to become, or cause to become, covered, blocked or rigid with ice
“Colder air blows in, causing the lake to freeze over.”
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Past participle for to make or become hard, firm or solid, especially from cold
“Extreme cold, such as is sufficient to freeze and harden the carcass of an animal, will preserve it in a state of absolute freshness, even for thousands of years.”
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Past participle for to be physically affected by extreme cold
“Let's get you inside before you freeze to death.”
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Past participle for to immobilize or stop (from) moving, especially suddenly
“Even though he was used to the whales, the sight never failed to stun him, thrill him, freeze him in his tracks.”
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Past participle for to hold (something) at a fixed level or in a fixed state for a period of time
“The agency will ask the Government to freeze imports at their current levels.”
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Past participle for to discontinue or bring a halt to something
“My understanding is that there was a proposal to freeze the issuance of any further construction permits.”
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